List of top 10 most followed Kenyans on TikTok

TikTok is undoubtedly one of the most popular social media platforms in Kenya. Few years after finding its way into Kenya, TikTok has become darling to hundred of thousands of Kenyans especially youths.

The platform enables users to interact with audio-visual content. It integrates various unique effects like lip-synching, video editing, and animation, setting far apart from other social media platforms.

Besides being a major source of entertainment, TikTok has become home of talents and source of employment. In Kenya for instance, creatives; dancers, comedian, artists etc use the platform to market their platforms to sell their content.

In this article Public News Kenya will explore 10 most followed Kenyans on TikTok, who are making millions on the platform.

Moyah David

David Moyah is the most followed celebrity in Kenya enjoying over 4.4 million followers.

Moyah rose to fame through his unique style of dancing. He moved to streets where he would surprise his fans with gifts.

His videos warmed the hearts of many Kenyans and gained fame like wildfire. He currently charges huge amounts to surprise his clients.

Azziad Nasenya

Azziad Nasenya List of top 10 most followed Kenyans on TikTok

She is popularly known as queen of TikTok. She was among the first Kenyans to rise into fame through the platform. Her content revolves around dancing.
Azziad Nasenya shot into fame in 2020 jamming to Mejja and Femi One’s ‘Utawezana’ hit went viral. She uses her platform to share dance videos and push brand campaigns.

She currently has over 2.8M followers, making her the second most followed Kenyan on Twitter.

Michael Bundi

Michael Bundi and Fayez to perform in Zambia Emoji Fest Events

Michael Bundi burst into limelight after video of him singing alongside his son Fayez went viral. The duo have unbreakable bond and the chemistry blends well with their amazing vocals.

Michael Bundi currently has has 2.8 million followers, the same as Azziad.

Vick Brandon

Vick Brandon content revolves around comedy. He creates comic clips which he shares on TikTok and other social media platforms.

He currently has 2.7 million followers.

Njoki Murira

Njoki Murira building house for her parents

Njoki Murira became an internet sensation and gained huge popularity because of a state of art Nyash. She is fond of flaunting her wasp-like waist, something that keeps men visiting her social media accounts.

Currently, she has over 2.7 million followers on TikTok.

However, she recently suffered huge blow after the account was disabled. She is still hopeful that it will be restored.

Trisha Khalid

List of top 10 most followed Kenyans on TikTok

Trisha Khalid is a renowned actress currently spicing the screens of baby Kenyans through her outstanding acting skills. The Nyashlicious queen has been the talk of the town because of her neck-breaking beauty and her role on Citizen TV’s Becky.

Her real name is Trisha Khalid. Besides being a reputable actress, she is a renowned businesswoman and a social media personality with a huge following.

She has 2.4 million followers on TikTok.

Denis Ombachi

Denis Ombachi is popularly known as the Roaming Chef. He has made a name for himself as one of the best food content creators in the country.

Currently , has over 2.3 million followers on the platform. His amazing skills together with his popular ‘done’ phrase have endeared him to netizens.


He is a dancer and music content creator. His content is unique in the sense that he goes to crowded places and sings along to music while wearing his earphones.

The way he does it is hilarious and always leaves his audience in stitches. He has two million followers on the platform.


He is arguably one of the best comedian and a content creator. He currently enjoys huge following on social media platform. In TikTok for instance, he has over 1.6 million followers.

Trevor Silaz

He is among most followed Kenyans on TikTok with over 1.6 million followers on the platform. His content revolves around surprises, however, he has a sense of philanthropy in that he visits street children and those without food, and dances for them before leaving them with food, flowers, and in some instances cash.

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